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authorAndré Fincato <work@andrefincato.info>2022-09-22 11:05:07 +0200
committerAndré Fincato <work@andrefincato.info>2022-09-22 11:05:07 +0200
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@@ -45,10 +45,16 @@ on the other side, it was a python-based project after a few years of doing noth
another stretched out project that i completed was TWLA. roughly it was concluded around February-March i believe, and then smaller patches of work were performed in the months following.
-i liked i had the chance to look up and use git bundle to share the repo of the project, and uploaded it online at a public URL (on my VPS). this was necessary due to another institution mis-management of departments. originally we agreed i would have uploaded the git repo on a hosting service, but 3 months into the project a new ITC team took over the previous one and all of a sudden "no one knew anything". ah!
+i liked i had the chance to look up and use the git bundle function to share the repo of the project, and upload it online at a public URL (on my VPS). this was necessary due to another institution mis-management of departments. originally we agreed i would have uploaded the git repo on a hosting service, but 3 months into the project a new ITC team took over the previous one and all of a sudden "no one knew anything". ah!
## smaller bits
+i upgraded to two websites i built almost five years ago to a major version of the CMS software (kirby 2 to kirby 3). had a problem in upgrading one plugin, and it took quite some time to find a way around it.
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+another 3 year old project received a few small updates, as it did every now and then over time.
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+began to read and learn Common Lisp. been wanting to do that since when i moved to Berlin 3 years ago, but during the first attempt things collapse under over-complicatins.
+now i want to try out as a possible more fitting programming language to work with as as a mostly one person freelance biz. a constan "live" environment, debuggable, fast, compilable to one binary file (the whole website code), documentable. and... less dependecy problems? less anxiety induced from a new web framework, that version changed or is not supported anymore, etc. and at the core, a different approach to work and build with code.